I went into a ups building today looking for a package that has been sitting there for a week due to all the weather problems. Its something I needed by Monday. To my horror I saw slides stacked high everywhere with packages. Package cars full of packages and the saturday air sup told me there were also several retain trailers in the yard full of packages. I can fully appreciate what two blizzards in a week can do to a delivery operation. I was however dismayed to see that the building did not bring all the drivers in to clean up today. I saw a lot of green proflowers box's sitting around which I can easily guess were supposed to be delivered before valentines day. I'm hoping the new corporate concept of profitability does not mean we now sacrifice service. The only delivery vehicle I've seen in my neighborhood has been a fdx truck who did get stuck across the street but at least was there. The shipper I used uses and advertises fdx shipping. They shipped mine ups as I requested. If I let them ship fdx I would have my package now. So with that rant in mind my question is to ask if anyone else in the snow ravaged Northeast did the right thing and worked Saturday to clean up the service disconnects.